Ten years after she was found dead of a drug overdose in a Florida hotel room, the former estate of Anna Nicole Smith's Cypress, Texas mega-mansion is on the market for a cool $2.8 million, and RadarOnline.com can take you on a tour inside the late troubled model's home.
The estate is being sold in northwest Harris County, and according to realtor records, was owned by Smith’s husband, businessman J. Howard Marshall II. Another owner has held the property since 1998.
The sprawling 6,000-square-foot home was first built in 1988 and is proudly perched on a whopping 10 acres of land in the Cypress Creek Estates subdivision.
Boasting five bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths, the estate also has a four-car garage, a breakfast room, den, formal dining, formal living, game room and guest house. The home also has a luxurious outdoor kitchen and outdoor fireplace, as well as a pond and stables.
Marshall died one year after Smith married him in 1994. She was left out of his will but fought for her part of his estate until she died in 2006.
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